July 2020

Month

UNNES successfully held an international webinar collaboration on Friday (6/19) afternoon. The theme raised was “How Educational Leadership Works in the New Normal”. UNNES collaborated with two other universities, University Putra Malaysia and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), in sharing the strategies of leadership practice in new normal era. On the webinar, UNNES was...
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In the Covid-19 pandemic era, the disruption faced by farmers has become more intense, this cause the food supply chain to experience serious disruptions. Ironically, some agricultural commodity prices have actually decreased due to falling demand. Reduced community activities leads to decreased demand for foodstuffs. There are so many culinary sectors that do not run...
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McKinsey & Co recently published a report entitled “Automation and the future of work in Indonesia: jobs lost, jobs gained, jobs changed” in September 2019. In the report, the world’s leading consulting management firm projects that as many as 23 million jobs will be replaced. with rapid automation in various sectors. In general, public discussion...
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The slogan “Excellent Human Resources for Advanced Indonesia” has a strong logic of causality. Both historically and conceptually, the superiority of human resources is the dominant condition that enables the progress of a community. Such relationships can occur in small communities such as family, village, as well as nation and state. According to the conclusion...
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